‘Bunny boilingly brilliant!’ Sunday Mirror
The Lyceum theatre

At Theatre Royal Haymarket

Haymarket
London, SW1Y 4HT

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This story of obsession and revenge explores how a chance meeting in a bar and a casual encounter quickly becomes a living nightmare for Dan Gallagher, a successful New York lawyer, and his young family. After spending one weekend with the gorgeous Alex Forrest, he assumes he can just walk away, but Alex is a woman who refuses to be ignored. She pursues Dan and his family with terrifying consequences. 

Mark Bazeley, Kristin Davis and Natascha McElhone star in Trevor Nunn’s production of Fatal Attraction, written by James Dearden.  

 

 

 

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Fatal Attraction News

It has been confirmed that Trevor Nunn will direct the world stage premiere of Fatal Attraction.

Natascha McElhone will play Alex Forrest in the world stage premiere of Fatal Attraction, directed by Trevor Nunn at the Theatre Royal Haymarket.

It has been announced that Mark Bazeley and Sex and the City star Kristin Davis will play Dan and Beth Gallagher alongside Natascha McElhone as Alex Forrest in the world stage premiere of Fatal Attraction.

London Theatre News

David Suchet, the seven-time Olivier Award nominee is set to return to the London stage for the first time since his acclaimed performance in 2012’s Olivier Award-winning revival of Long Day’s Journey Into Night. He will star as Lady Bracknell in a new production of Oscar Wilde's much loved masterpiece The Importance Of Being Earnest when it opens in the West End next summer.

The ‘wickedly funny’ (Evening Standard) Olivier Awards-nominated Handbagged has transferred from a sold out run at the Tricycle last year to the West End where it continues to receive rave reviews!

Theatreland celebrated the past year of London Theatre at the 38th Olivier Awards held at the Royal Opera House. However, while it’s lovely to look back it’s also important to look forward, and there is lots going on in theatreland this week!